Minnesota’s real assets portfolio takes home the gold, beats private equity


Minnesota State Board of Investment, pension fund, private equity
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Minnesota State Board of Investment’s real-assets portfolio has outperformed the $22.8 billion pension’s five other alternative portfolios, including private credit and private equity — a surprising result given that real assets and private credit are generally considered less risky strategies. ...

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